DescriptionJack Kirby and Joe Sinnott Fantastic Four #92 Thing Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1969). Marvelites take note - this thriller is but the fourth Fantastic Four cover by Kirby and Sinnott we've offered to date. The fight news proclaims, "New battler imported for games." The latest and greatest galactic gladiator, Ben Grimm is about to be forced to fight the terrifying titan known as Torgo, and Ben's not one bit happy about the news. Sinnott added the perfect Silver Age sheen to this mighty Marvel spectacular. During his fifty-plus year career as a Marvel mainstay, Sinnott has been celebrated for his superb work on a host of titles, but it was with Kirby on the Fantastic Four that this hall-of-fame art team received its highest acclaim. This Silver Age spectacular has an approximate image area of 10" x 15". The portrait of the Thing (on the fight poster) was originally drawn smaller. During the production process, it was cut out and a stat was made to create an enlarged portrait for the poster. The original portrait drawing has since been saved, and mounted on a piece of acetate, and the art is in Excellent condition.
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